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Another Final Fantasy XIII Review: PS3 and Xbox 360

With Final Fantasy XIII being one of the most talked about games this week, it comes as no surprise that there are now a number of reviews of the game. One of the most recent suggests that the Xbox 360 version is better than the Sony PS3 that one is still up for debate though.

The new incarnation of the game comes with a host of changes to the series — previous version now pale in comparison, well that is what Examiner suggest in their review of the game. This is now the 13th title from the series and there is no slowdown in the story or characters — this does not happen often in a franchise.

Some of the early reviews of Final Fantasy XIII did not have as much detailed information as fans had hoped, but Examiner have spent 55 hours playing the game on the PlayStation 3 so should be able to offer us more of an insight.

The Xbox 360 version is yet to be played by them — we are certain that they will do so very soon. Visit www.examiner.com now for a detailed review of Final Fantasy XIII.

Written by Peter Chubb

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jaythreetfb
jaythreetfb

I own both, and I have to say, the PS3's version looks a little better.

Guest
Guest

I got an early copy on the xbox and played through to the second disk and immedietly went out and bought the ps3 version which blows the xbox version out of the water. The 360 version is obviously being scaled and is compressed all to hell. I almost feel sorry for the xbox people that actually pay for the game. It looks dreamy on the a 1080p led tv on the ps3.

taymoney7

im sorry i play the ps3 version ff 13 demo and its look awesome. i havent play the xbox 360 version but i will own both version march 9.so as far i see the ps3 the top notch and the HD is full 1080p and look gorgeous.but Final Fantasy all way has been on PlayStation for a long time oh course they will make the game look better because it was made by Sony. the all reason i played the FF13 demo is because i own the FF7 Advent Children Complete from Japan and it came with it.but i dont… Read more »

Taymoney
Taymoney

im sorry i play the ps3 version ff 13 demo and its look awesome. i havent play the xbox 360 version but i will own both version march 9.so as far i see the ps3 the top notch and the HD is full 1080p and look gorgeous.but Final Fantasy all way has been on PlayStation for a long time oh course they will make the game look better because it was made by Sony. the all reason i played the FF13 demo is because i own the FF7 Advent Children Complete from Japan and it came with it.but i dont… Read more »

nick
nick

Kevin:
How would you know? Unless your Japanese then you don’t have it yet. Credible sites are saying the PS3 version is obviously better. Blue-Ray vs HD, 720 vs 1080, is there any question? No.

kevinmccauley
kevinmccauley

graphics are phenomenal on both. who cares what's "better"

Seiko
Seiko

Scarface3010 is right. Doesn't get any simpler than that.

Scarface3010
Scarface3010

PS3 was the lead platform, PS3 has history with the franchise and finally PS3 has bluray. Xbox 360 was a port. There's no way Xbox is better. Sounds like Microsoft is throwing around some more $$$$.

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